First District Officers Replace Youths Stolen Bicycle

11892243_507675052731065_1134619578682851697_nMembers of the Cleveland Police 1st District recently became aware that young Tyler Kenaga had his new bicycle stolen on West 129th Street. After searching for the young boy’s bike with negative results, Detective Scott Clayton made a few phone calls hoping to find a replacement for Tyler. With the help of Captain Keith Sulzer and Cops For Kids, we were able to provide Tyler with a brand new mountain bike that was delivered to him on 8/12/15. Tyler was very excited and his mother Kristen was very grateful, later posting to Facebook “There are more good folks out there than bad. We all have to remember this! Thank you so much Officer Scott Clayton, Cleveland Police Foundation, and the Cleveland Police Department! We are so appreciative and thankful!”


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